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Red Bull: No objections to Toro-Rosso-Honda

Monday, September 4th, 2017 | Sports

04. September 2017 – 13:57

McLaren and Toro Rosso could make a motor change in 2018

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(cafetheology.org) – The points are set: Everything indicates that McLaren will be separated from Honda and the Japanese will work with Toro Rosso next season. As a result, Red Bull would have a new perspective on manufacturers' progress when the Japanese advance to the B team. And the team from Faenza would make the place as a third Renault team, which could take McLaren this. But what role does Red Bull play? The Austrian energy drink group, which owns two teams, could take revenge at McLaren, because the Woking team had once vetoed the Red Bulls attempts to get a Mercedes engine. Teamchef Christian Horner now points out that he is not planning to cross the current efforts. "The situation at McLaren-Honda is the key to the matter", the Red Bull team boss sees the ball in Woking. "I personally would not have a problem with the B team teaming up with a different drive manufacturer than the A team, and is not afraid of synergy effects that his troop in solving the problem Engine range. "They have had a different engine for many years than we did," says Horner about the time when Toro Rosso started with Ferrari engines. "Whether they drive a Honda or a Renault engine has no effect at all on Red Bull." "Hopefully we know this week, in which direction it will go," announces McLaren boss Zak Brown a breakthrough. "We're super-close. There were progresses on the weekend, but it's not through." The time is pressing, as both McLaren and Toro Rosso now need to know which drive unit will be stuck in the next one. "There's a timing problem," McLaren's Eric Boullier confirmed. "That's why we need to know where it's going." But the situation is complex "because we want the best for Formula One, not just for McLaren." What could mean: We do not want to work with Honda, but the Japanese want to stay in Formula One. "Whatever happens," the Frenchman said, "all parties in the paddock work together well to make the best out of the situation." An allusion to the fact that also FIA boss Jean Todt and Liberty Media do everything in order not to lose Honda from the king class of motorsports.

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